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QD: News Every Day--Recommendations issued on Q fever

Q fever is caused by Coxiella burnetii and can lead to acute or chronic disease. ... considering Q fever as the cause of a patient's illness if appropriate,.
June 2019

What to expect when volunteering in war-torn regions

example. Q: What were the care settings that you worked in while overseas? ... Q: How long were you overseas with each mission? A: Usually about three months.
March 2017

Where are we now with breast cancer screening?

Some biopsy specimens are just really challenging to characterize. Q: You have published prior papers that questioned the reliability of breast cancer screening with mammograms. ... Q: Slightly off topic: Angelina Jolie just followed up her prophylactic
June 2019

Should you eat or skip breakfast?

A late breakfast and dinner generally does it for me. Q: Since all breakfast foods are obviously not created equal, what are some good choices- and why? ... Q: How much about breakfast is true for everyone, and how much of the valid lore should be
June 2019

A JAMA briefing on comparative effectiveness and helicopters that allows time for questions

A concluding note:. I appreciated the time allotted for Q&A after the first 3 research presentations. ... For the future, at places like TEDMED, where I've heard there was no attempt to allow for Q&A, the audience's concerns can reveal problems in
June 2019

Narrowing the focus on fibromyalgia

See ACP Internist's Q&A with Frederick Wolfe for more in this vein.) Physicians shouldn't reinforce patients' perceptions that they are sick, he argued.
June 2019

QD: News Every Day--Election 2010

Reuters has published a Q&A on what the election results could mean for the health care reform law.
June 2019

Meat, potatoes, and mortality

Meat, potatoes, and mortality. Q: When are car crash fatalities more likely: when a population has more cars and drives more, or when a population has fewer cars and drives less?
June 2019

Click here for important new guidelines!

Q-tips are bad. ("Inappropriate or harmful interventions are cotton-tipped swabs, oral jet irrigators, and ear candling.").
June 2019

Useless charts and fresh eyes in handoffs

In the vibrant Q&A that followed (and continued via e-mail), one of the things the medical students brought up asked me about something I said is sometimes bad in
June 2019

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